Precision metalworking includes various processes such as casting, forging and machining, which are essential for the production of high-quality medical devices and implants.
Casting involves pouring liquid metal into a mould to create complex medical components. This process allows for detailed designs and the use of special alloys that meet the requirements of medical technology.
Forging, on the other hand, uses heat and pressure to shape metal. This process can produce robust and durable medical instruments. Forging technology ensures high strength and enables the production of sophisticated shapes that meet the specific applications in medical technology.
Machining includes a range of machining processes such as milling, turning and drilling. Here, metal parts are precisely shaped and refined to achieve tight tolerances and smooth surfaces. This is crucial for functionality and interaction with the human body in medical devices and implants.